Sat Mar 13 2004, 0:59 AM
Linux console fonts come as .psf files. They are bitmap definitions of 8-bit wide characters.
A pair of extremely trivial utilities is supplied: bin2asc and asc2bin. The first one is used to convert the input file into its ASCII representation, where every byte is shown as one line of ASCII, one character per bit, which allows easy editing of the character bitmaps by any text editor.
A sample font is included.